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Samsung Follows ZTE By Showing a Interactive Touch Gesture Tech

Once the Nubia Z9 smartphone was launched, the Chinese company ZTE also unveiled a technology called Frame Interactive, tech found on their new smartphone. Well, even if they could do this from the start, Samsung is just now showing a similar technology that implies touch gestures for interaction.


Unlike the Chinese company that uses the screen margins to offer interaction with the phone, Samsung decided to take a different approach. They revealed the fact that future mobile devices could integrate transparent or invisible buttons that are fully customizable.

The buttons in case will be placed on the phone frame, in both left and right side. Further, the users are able to customize as they wish the 3 buttons, maybe one for opening the camera app, or any other function. Also, these buttons might be used in gaming for a more interactive experience where the fingers stay away from the screen.